Right now I am watching a TV report on the launch of the first rocket with a so called "movie crew". This is arguably the most tremendous experimental project
conducted by Russia's Channel One, ever. Klim Shipenko, a film director, actress Yulia Peresild and cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov are taking their last
opportunity to talk to their families for the final time before the launch. They are already at Baikonur, Kazakhstan, the legendary cosmodrome from which Yuri Gagarin's rocket famously blasted off. Their aim is to make a feature-length film on board the International Space Station. The scenario is still unknown, however Klim Shipenko claimed that he had written the script so that space shoot takes up
at least 40 minutes. That's incredible, but the rocket has just been fueled and takes off in less than 5 hours. I strongly believe that this heroic deed will let humanity get one step closer to space tourism for common people.
Could we ever believe rank and file people would conquer space?